Most of the times killers have a clear motive because of which they committed their crime, and those criminals don't escape from the law. Our organized and intricate form of law enforcements make sure that these criminals are given their punishment and put behind the bars.
But on a few occasions, such criminals will be found in the weirdest places talking about completely irrational and awkward motives for conducting the murder.
Here are some of the weirdest murder stories in the history of mankind.
He was a gangster from California who got away with murdering a liquor store employee. He was arrested later for possessing a suspended driving license and when the police found him, he had a tattoo on his chest explaining how he conducted the murder. With the help of the ink, police were able to track his previous murder record and arrest him.
Dennis tortured and killed 10 people before he was put to justice. The police found out about his identity, his vehicle information, and his connections through the floppy disk. It was soon before his DNA samples were being matched and he was arrested.
He committed murders of 10 women over a span of 20 years. The clue that led the police to him was his son's DNA sample. His son was arrested and had to give a DNA sample which closely matched the DNA sample of the murders committed previously and the police were able to easily track Franklin.
David Berkowitz created havoc by killing 6 people and injuring a lot more with his .44 caliber gun. His spree ended after he parked in front of a fire hydrant and the police saw his car speeding with a parking ticket. Police rarely handed out parking tickets in that area so it was pretty easy to track him down.
A charming member of the Billionaire Boys Club got away with the perfectly planned murder of con man Ron Levin after he made him look bad in the media. The police found his organized to-do list in which he wrote everything that needed to be done to perform a perfect murder.
He killed nearly 15 men in England from 1978 to 1983. He disposed of their remains in his plumbing system and later called the plumbers because his pipes were clogged. The plumbers found human remains in the pipes and immediately called the police.
He was America's most prolific murderer who had committed 71 murders but was only convicted of 49. At that time, his cheek swab for taken for DNA analysis, but DNA assessment wasn't very fancy and wasn't regularly practiced. He had also passed the lie detector test. Investigations were conducted again in 2001, and this time, all the results pointed to him.